Partial recall for the week of February 11th 

Ride in Peace Over 100 mountain bikers got ready to ride down Full Nelson near Squamish for the Kelly McGarry Memorial Ride on Saturday, Feb. 6. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • Ride in Peace Over 100 mountain bikers got ready to ride down Full Nelson near Squamish for the Kelly McGarry Memorial Ride on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Hockey heroes Congratulations to the Whistler Winterhawks Atom A team, which won the Squamish MHA Atom A Tier 3 Family Day tournament last weekend. - PHOTO BY ACTION PRO PHOTO
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  • Hockey heroes Congratulations to the Whistler Winterhawks Atom A team, which won the Squamish MHA Atom A Tier 3 Family Day tournament last weekend.
click to enlarge Flower power Anna Kirman of Squamish Gardeners spotted some crocus buds in her Brackendale garden on Saturday, Feb. 6. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • Flower power Anna Kirman of Squamish Gardeners spotted some crocus buds in her Brackendale garden on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Big air Canadian ski jumper Matthew Polz takes flight during FIS Cup action at Whistler Olympic Park on Sunday, Feb. 7. - PHOTO BY DAN FALLOON
  • Photo by Dan Falloon
  • Big air Canadian ski jumper Matthew Polz takes flight during FIS Cup action at Whistler Olympic Park on Sunday, Feb. 7.
Generous trailblazers WORCA president Craig Mackenzie and American Friends of Whistler (AFOW) executive director Mary Forseth are shown at Camp Lifestyle and Coffee Co. on Feb. 10. AFOW made a $20,000 donation to WORCA through a grant from the Spalding Foundation. Mackenzie says, subject to confirmation, the money will be used for several projects, including finishing the Cut Above trail, improving Hot Dog Alley and working on trails in the Jane Lakes Area. - PHOTO BY DAN FALLOON
  • Photo by Dan Falloon
  • Generous trailblazers WORCA president Craig Mackenzie and American Friends of Whistler (AFOW) executive director Mary Forseth are shown at Camp Lifestyle and Coffee Co. on Feb. 10. AFOW made a $20,000 donation to WORCA through a grant from the Spalding Foundation. Mackenzie says, subject to confirmation, the money will be used for several projects, including finishing the Cut Above trail, improving Hot Dog Alley and working on trails in the Jane Lakes Area.

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